The New Albany Symphony Orchestra has received a $44,000 grant from the PNC Foundation.

The New Albany Symphony Orchestra has received a $44,000 grant from the PNC Foundation.

The orchestra is one of 13 award recipients. The grant will support its Feb. 12 concert, titled "Portraits of a Columbus Bicentennial."

"The New Albany Symphony Orchestra is honored to have been selected for a PNC Arts Alive grant," said Heather Garner, executive director of the orchestra, in a release. "The award will enable the orchestra to create a spectacular multimedia program that will appeal to a broad audience, showcasing the many positive aspects of our community in its 200th year."

Arts Alive is a three-year, $1.5-million program that "challenges visual and performing arts organizations to put forth their best, most original thinking in expanding audience participation and engagement," according to the release from the symphony.

For more information, visit www.newalbanysymphony.com.